1. Regulations and Policies
Authority and Regulations
unmodulated carriers, retransmission
amplitude modulation, frequency stability, me
International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
RF Field Strength
2. Operating and Procedures
VHF/UHF Repeaters - Voice
Voice Operating Procedures
tuning, testing and dummy loads
Morse Code (CW) procedures
RST signal reporting, S meter
Emergency Operating Procedures
Record Keeping, Antenna Orientation and Maps
3. Station Assembly, Practice and Safety
Layout of HF Stations
Layout of FM Transmitters
Layout of FM Receivers
Layout of CW Transmitters
Layout of SSB/CW receivers
Layout of SSB Transmitters
Layout of Digital Systems
Layout of Regulated Power Supplies
Layout of Yagi-Uda Antennas
Transmitter, carrier, keying, AM
Carrier Suppression, SSB
Frequency and Phase Modulation
Antenna and Tower Safety
RF Exposure Safety
4. Circuit Components
Tiode Vacuum Tubes
Resister Color Codes
5. Basic Electronics and Theory
Series and Parallel Resistors
Power law, Resister Power Disipation
AC and frequency
Ratios, Logarithms and Decibels
Inductance and Capacitance
Reactance and Impedance
Magnetica and Transformers
Resonance and Tuned Circuits
Meters and Measurements
6. Feedlines and Antenna Systems
Impedance and Feedlines
Balanced and Unbalanced feedlines
Feedlines and Connectors
Standing Wave Ratio
Isotropic Sources, Polarization
Wavelength vs Physical Length
Antenna Radiation Patterns
7. Radio Wave Propagation
Hops and Skips
MF and HF and Skywaves
VHF and UHF, Sporadic-E, Aurira, Ducting
Scatter - HF, VHF, UHF
8. Interference and Suppression
Audio Rectification, Bypass Capacitors, Ferri
Intermodulation, Spurious, Key-clicks
Harmonics, Splatter, Transmitter Adjustments
1.7 Operating Restrictions
Where may the holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate operate an amateur radio station in Canada?
anywhere in Canada
anywhere in Canada during times of emergency
only at the address shown o Industry Canada records
anywhere in your call sign prefix area
Which type of station may transmit oneway communications?
Amateur radio operators may install or operate radio apparatus:
at any location in Canada
only at the address which is on record at Industry Canada
at the address which is on record at Industry Canada and at one other location
at the address which is on record at Industry Canada and in two mobiles
In order to install any radio apparatus, to be used specifically for receiving and automatically retransmitting radiotelephone communications within the same frequency band, a radio amateur must hold an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate, with a minimum of these qualifications:
Basic and 12 w.p.m. Morse qualifications
Basic and Advanced qualifications
Basic and 5 w.p.m. Morse qualifications
In order to install any radio apparatus, to be used specifically for an amateur radio club station, the radio amateur must hold an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate, with a minimum of the following qualifications:
Basic and Advanced
Basic, Advanced and 5 w.p.m.
Basic, Advanced, and 12 w.p.m.
In order to install or operate a transmitter or RF amplifier that is not commercially manufactured for use in the amateur service, a radio amateur must hold an Amateur Operator's Certificate, with a minimum of which qualifications?
Basic, Advanced and 12 w.p.m.
Basic, and 12 w.p.m.
Basic, Advanced and 5 w.p.m.
Basic and Advanced
Who is responsible for the proper operation of an amateur station?
Only the station owner who is the holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate
Both the control operator and the station licensee
The person who owns the station equipment
Only the control operator
If you transmit from another amateur's station, who is responsible for its proper operation?
You, the control operator
Both of you
The station owner, unless the station records show that you were the control operator at the time
The station owner
What is your responsibility as a station owner?
You must allow another amateur to operate your station upon request
You must be present whenever the station is operated
You must notify Industry Canada if another amateur acts as the control operator
You are responsible for the proper operation of the station in accordance with the regulations
Who may be the control operator of an amateur station?
Any person over 21 years of age with a Basic Qualification
Any qualified amateur chosen by the station owner
Any person over 21 years of age with Basic and 12 w.p.m. qualifications
Any person over 21 years of age
When must an amateur station have a control operator?
A control operator is not needed
Whenever the station receiver is operated
Whenever the station is transmitting
Only when training another amateur
When a station is transmitting, where must its control operator be?
Anywhere in the same building as the transmitter
At the station's entrance, to control entry to the room
Anywhere within 50 km of the station location
At the station's control point
Why can't family members without qualifications transmit using your amateur station if they are alone with your equipment?
They must not use your equipment without your permission
They must first know how to use the right abbreviations and Q signals
They must first know the right frequencies and emissions for transmitting
They must hold suitable amateur radio qualifications before they are allowed to be control operators
The owner of an amateur station may:
permit anyone to take part in communications only if prior written permission is received from Industry Canada
permit anyone to use the station without restrictions
permit any person to operate the station under the supervision and in the presence of the holder of the amateur operator certificate
permit anyone to use the station and take part in communications
Which of the following statements is Correct?
A person, holding only Basic Qualification, may operate another station on 14.2 MHz
radio amateur may permit any person to operate the station without supervision
Any person may operate an amateur station under supervision, and in the presence of, a person holding appropriate qualifications
Any person may operate a station in the amateur radio service